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October 10, 2014
Apprentice Nik Juarez, who was injured when his mount fell in the eighth race at Monmouth Park on Sept. 28, has been cleared to begin rehab.
For those interested in how the controversy over the raceday use of the anti-bleeding medication furosemide is playing out on the racetrack, last Wednesday’s card at Keeneland is an interesting case study.
Fasig-Tipton Texas has packaged its annual yearling auction in a different format this fall, moving the sale six weeks later to Monday and expanding the traditional catalog to include breeding stock and horses of racing age.
A clean, well-lighted list can provide both depth and context, especially at a time like this in Thoroughbred racing when the death of Cigar has hearts and minds focused on his remarkable record.
The multiple Grade 1-winning sprinter Palace worked a strong four furlongs in 48.41 seconds over the Belmont training track Friday morning in preparation for the Breeders’ Cup Sprint.
With inclement weather forecast for Friday evening into Saturday morning, trainer Chad Brown moved up by a day workouts for a couple of his Breeders’ Cup contenders.
An early-season star of the 3-year-old division, Constitution looks to get a head start on his 4-year-old campaign when he returns to the races in an $85,000 allowance race Sunday at Belmont Park.
Annecdote will have to overcome a terrible draw, the high weight, and several strong competitors – including two from her own barn – to win Sunday’s Grade 3, $200,000 Athenia Stakes at Belmont Park.
Trainer Craig MacPherson has wrapped up his second straight training title, and after Monday, he’ll be heading to Woodbine, where he’ll have seven horses in training. Six are owned by Chad Joe, who races under the stable name Copper Water Thoroughbred Co.
Lakerville, a stakes winner on the hillside turf course, has been retired, trainer Barry Abrams said on Friday.